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Forest Lawn Questions & Answers

Buffalo, New York

friday, 8/26 anything going on in the afternoon for out of town visitors?

over a year ago Answer

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North Tonawanda, New York
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They do have tours of the grounds, however not sure of times or dates. Google Forest Lawn Cemetery located in Buffalo NY. It should have all the info. The tours are very informative and interesting. There is a lot of history and famous artistic designs of stone heads. Enjoy

over a year ago
Amherst, New York
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I can't beat that first answer except to say that in the old days they would post guards at the entrance so their families could picnic in peace. The kids would play hide and seek. Definitely do one of the trolley tours; you won't be sorry! It's very historical and beautiful. And we ARE having the weather for it!

over a year ago
Gradyville, Pennsylvania
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I'm a little perplexed by your question, considering your location is listed as Buffalo, NY. I would think you would know or have access to this information more than most people. The Forest Lawn I am aware of is actually a lovely park-like cemetery in Buffalo, NY, a highlight of which is visiting the mausoleums designed according to specifications of Frank Lloyd Wright. I believe they have trolley-like tours of this cemetery. When we visited last week, there were people riding bikes there and hiking. If this is, indeed, the site you are interested in, (and not some other Forest Lawn) it is located at 1411 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, NY. You may refer any questions you might have to the office at (716) 885-1600. Good luck!

over a year ago
Saint Louis, Missouri
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No idea, sorry, I loved it but don't live there, would google or call. Love St. Louis!

over a year ago
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